April 1960
New Yorker;4/2/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p31
The article discusses the settlement of Harry Winston in a six-storey travertine-and-gold palace on the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and Fifty-sixth Street in New York. According to the jeweler, he moved in to this place 20 years ago with a dozen people and a thought to never grow big. However, he claimed that as of the moment there were already 250 people packed into the place. He said that although the house was already crowded, he still has no plans of moving in to another bigger place.


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